Did Boris Johnson really cancel Parliamentary passes of rebel Tory MPs? And what did drunken Dominic do?

Banged up: Someone’s impression of what should happen to Dominic Cummings after the alleged incident in which he drunkenly shouted at Jeremy Corbyn.

We all know that Boris Johnson has withdrawn the Conservative whip from 21 Tory MPs – but rumours are emerging that, in a fit of spite, he has also cancelled their Parliamentary passes, making it harder (but not impossible) for them to get into the House of Commons and vote against him today (September 4).

Commentators are suggesting this was on the advice of Dominic Cummings, Dictator Johnson’s chief advisor and Brexit guru.

Consider:

https://twitter.com/twychy12/status/1169017162943606784

Mr Cummings seems to be losing the plot a bit. Eyewitnesses are claiming he accosted Jeremy Corbyn in a corridor of the Palace of Westminster and drunkenly challenged him to support BoJob’s desperate call for a general election, late last night (September 3):

This is the quality of the people we have running the country today: drunkenness and spite.

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5 Thoughts to “Did Boris Johnson really cancel Parliamentary passes of rebel Tory MPs? And what did drunken Dominic do?”

  1. trev

    Yeah well he can afford to buy a bottle of wine per week, so can I if I don’t pay my Council Tax.

  2. one papers headline reads Corbyn running scared, so would I if some drunken idiot was accosting me!! They should really get rid of the bar in parliament, what other business would allow drinking alcohol on their premises, I know it is not a business per se but they shouls get rid of it and bojob with it!!!

    1. Zippi

      It’s subsidised, too!

  3. loonytoonz

    Surely that’s got to be a disciplinary procedure….. Drinking to the point of drunk whilst “working” and verbally assaulting, with the intent to incite.
    Being he’s “just” an outside advisor, could another senior cabinet member not instigate an investigation into his conduct and suspend him pending the outcome??
    Isn’t there one or two cabinet members with an Axe to grind…???!! Ohhh wouldn’t it be such Karma lol

  4. Rik

    What a miserable b*****d this Johnson is,. . . I don’t like the Tories one bit but sacking them is well out of order . ( I hope they deflect)

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